SCC and Covid -19
During this difficult time, Sacramento Children’s Chorus went from a traditional chorus program to providing virtual learning activities for our choirs. Virtual choir rehearsals re-enforcing music theory, model singing techniques and provide musical tracks for singing at home.
Now more than ever, it is important to keep our children connected to their communities. Singing together can turn isolation and depression around for a child.
We received the following message from one of our parents – “Thank you for having choir. I appreciate your hard work and creativity to keep choir going despite the challenges. It is good for the mental health of our kids to continue to get together with their established communities. As a parent, that is my primary goal. Any choir learning that happens during “class” is of secondary importance to just feeling connected again.”
On behalf of the staff and Board of Directors, our organization is committed to making sensible decisions based on facts while balancing the best interest of our singers with the resources we have available. Keeping our singers, parents and staff healthy is our top priority.
How can we keep from Singing!